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China blasts Google in porn crackdown  China's government 19 Web sites for failing to crack down on Internet pornography, ramping up pressure on the companies China Blocks YouTube Over Tibet Videos  Internet users in China were blocked from seeing YouTube.com after dozens of videos about protests in Tibet appeared on the video Web site Google Earth maps out Darfur atrocities
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Google users in Iran report problems Decision on China traces back to founders  Brin and Page have always said they put their principles before profit, even to the point of using their control of the company to take a st... Google does about-face on China policy  Google Inc. said it may turn its back on the huge Chinese market after a attack on the e-mail accounts of human rights advocates in the Asian... Google to end China censorship
Government requests for Google data soar Gmail users seek $100 a day for privacy invasion Tech firms seek US surveillance reform  Google, Apple, Facebook, Twitter, AOL, Microsoft, LinkedIn, and Yahoo, have formed an alliance called Reform Government Surveillance group Google outrage at 'NSA hacking'   Google has expressed outrage following a report that the US National Security Agency (NSA) has hacked its data links Google detects Iran phishing attacks  Google says it has detected and stopped thousands of attacks targeting email accounts of Iranian users ahead of the presidential election Google demands right to transparency from the Feds  The company’s chief legal counsel is noting that the leaks about federal surveillance programs had caused damage to the company’s trust with users Google slammed for latest privacy breach Google $11.5m grant to fight slavery  Google Inc. announced that it's providing $11.5 million in grants to 10 organizations working to end modern-day slavery and human trafficking Google denies 'cooking' searches  Executive chairman Eric Schmidt has denied that the company fixes its search results to promote its own websites and services Google: China blocking its email services  Google said the Chinese government is interfering with its email services in China, making it difficult for users to gain access to its Gmail... Missing Google exec to be released  Wael Ghonim, a Google executive who has been missing for more than a week following his purported arrest in Cairo, is to be released Monday Concern mounts for missing executive  Wael Ghonim has been named the symbolic spokesman of the youth uprising in Egypt. He disappeared when he joined the initial protests Egyptians' voices turned into tweets Activists pressure Google on net neutrality  A protest organized by MoveOn.org, Free Press drew about 70 activists to the online giant's Mountain View headquarters Google reveals government data requests  For the first time Google has released details about how often countries around the world ask it to hand over user data or to censor informa... Google stops censoring search in China


year 2014 Top ^

Mar.28
Feb.27


year 2013 Top ^

Dec.9
Oct.30
Jun.12
Jun.11


year 2012 Top ^

Feb.17


year 2011 Top ^

Dec.14
Sep.21
Mar.20
Feb.6
Feb.5
Feb.1


year 2010 Top ^

Aug.14
Apr.20
Mar.22
  Google has stopped censoring its search results in China, ignoring warnings by the country's authorities
Feb.10
Jan.13
Jan.12
  Google may pull out of the country completely after discovering that hackers had tricked human-rights activists into exposing e-mail accounts



year 2009 Top ^

Jan.5


year 2008 Top ^

Mar.17


year 2007 Top ^

Apr.10
  U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum has teamed up with Google's mapping service to map out the carnage in the region


year 2006 Top ^

Apr.13 Google defends its China policy Mar.17 Google Need Not Turn Over Records
  A federal judge ordered Google to give the Bush administration a peek inside its search engine Mar.14 Judge Siding With Feds Over Subpoena  A federal judge intends to order Google to turn over some of its Internet records to the U.S. Justice Department Feb.18 Google Criticizes Bush Administration  Google Inc. criticized the demand to examine millions of its search requests as a misguided fishing expedition Jan.24 Google censors itself for China
  Leading internet search company has agreed to censor some of its services to satisfy Beijing's restrictions
Jan.19 Feds Seek Records in Porn Probe
  The Bush administration has subpoenaed Google for details on what its users have been looking for





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Government requests for Google data soar Gmail users seek $100 a day for privacy invasion Tech firms seek US surveillance reform  Google, Apple, Facebook, Twitter, AOL, Microsoft, LinkedIn, and Yahoo, have formed an alliance called Reform Government Surveillance group Google outrage at 'NSA hacking'   Google has expressed outrage following a report that the US National Security Agency (NSA) has hacked its data links Google demands right to transparency from the Feds  The company’s chief legal counsel is noting that the leaks about federal surveillance programs had caused damage to the company’s trust with users Google slammed for latest privacy breach Google $11.5m grant to fight slavery  Google Inc. announced that it's providing $11.5 million in grants to 10 organizations working to end modern-day slavery and human trafficking Google denies 'cooking' searches  Executive chairman Eric Schmidt has denied that the company fixes its search results to promote its own websites and services Missing Google exec to be released  Wael Ghonim, a Google executive who has been missing for more than a week following his purported arrest in Cairo, is to be released Monday Concern mounts for missing executive  Wael Ghonim has been named the symbolic spokesman of the youth uprising in Egypt. He disappeared when he joined the initial protests Egyptians' voices turned into tweets Google reveals government data requests  For the first time Google has released details about how often countries around the world ask it to hand over user data or to censor informa... Decision on China traces back to founders  Brin and Page have always said they put their principles before profit, even to the point of using their control of the company to take a st... Google defends its China policy Google Need Not Turn Over Records  A federal judge ordered Google to give the Bush administration a peek inside its search engine Judge Siding With Feds Over Subpoena  A federal judge intends to order Google to turn over some of its Internet records to the U.S. Justice Department Google Criticizes Bush Administration  Google Inc. criticized the demand to examine millions of its search requests as a misguided fishing expedition Google censors itself for China




Google, Human Rights Human Rights Timeline ... See Bay Area Human Rights timeline, World Human Rights timeline Top ^
2014
Mar.28
Feb.27
2013
Dec.9
Oct.30
Jun.11
2012
Feb.17
2011
Dec.14
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Feb.6
Feb.5
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2010
Apr.20
Jan.13
2006
Apr.13
Mar.17
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Jan.24
  Leading internet search company has agreed to censor some of its services to satisfy Beijing's restrictions




Google, Human Rights Protest Timeline ... See Bay Area Protest timeline, World Protest timeline Top ^
2010 Aug.14 Activists pressure Google on net neutrality  A protest organized by MoveOn.org, Free Press drew about 70 activists to the online giant's Mountain View headquarters



Google, Human Rights Global Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Global Politics timeline, World Global Politics timeline Top ^
2013 Jun.12 Google detects Iran phishing attacks  Google says it has detected and stopped thousands of attacks targeting email accounts of Iranian users ahead of the presidential election 2011 Mar.20 Google: China blocking its email services  Google said the Chinese government is interfering with its email services in China, making it difficult for users to gain access to its Gmail... 2010 Mar.22 Google stops censoring search in China
  Google has stopped censoring its search results in China, ignoring warnings by the country's authorities
Feb.10 Google users in Iran report problems Jan.13 Google does about-face on China policy  Google Inc. said it may turn its back on the huge Chinese market after a attack on the e-mail accounts of human rights advocates in the Asian... Jan.12 Google to end China censorship
  Google may pull out of the country completely after discovering that hackers had tricked human-rights activists into exposing e-mail accounts
2009 Jan.5 China blasts Google in porn crackdown  China's government 19 Web sites for failing to crack down on Internet pornography, ramping up pressure on the companies 2008 Mar.17 China Blocks YouTube Over Tibet Videos  Internet users in China were blocked from seeing YouTube.com after dozens of videos about protests in Tibet appeared on the video Web site 2007 Apr.10 Google Earth maps out Darfur atrocities
  U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum has teamed up with Google's mapping service to map out the carnage in the region




Google, Human Rights Political Law Timeline ... See Bay Area Political Law timeline, World Political Law timeline Top ^
2006 Jan.19 Feds Seek Records in Porn Probe
  The Bush administration has subpoenaed Google for details on what its users have been looking for